doughty

  • 21doughty — doughtily, adv. doughtiness, n. /dow tee/, adj., doughtier, doughtiest. steadfastly courageous and resolute; valiant. [bef. 1000; ME; OE dohtig worthy, equiv. to *doht worth (c. OHG toht; see DOW1, TH1) + ig Y1; r. OE dyhtig, c. G tüchtig] Syn.… …

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  • 22Doughty — /dow tee/, n. Charles Montagu /mon teuh gyooh /, 1843 1926, English traveler and writer. * * * …

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  • 23doughty — adjective /ˈdaʊ.ti/ brave, courageous and stouthearted …

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  • 24doughty — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. redoubtable, fearless, strong, brave, bold, gallant, daring, spunky. See courage. II (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Having or showing courage: audacious, bold, brave, courageous, dauntless,… …

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  • 25doughty — dough|ty [ˈdauti] adj [only before noun] literary [: Old English; Origin: dohtig] brave and determined …

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  • 26doughty — dough|ty [ dauti ] adjective MAINLY JOURNALISM determined and not easily frightened …

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  • 27doughty — adj. Wright’s L. P. p. 27 …

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  • 28doughty — dough·ty || daÊŠtɪ adj. brave, fearless, courageous …

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  • 29doughty — [ daʊti] adjective (doughtier, doughtiest) brave and resolute. Derivatives doughtily adverb doughtiness noun Origin OE dohtig, var. of dyhtig, of Gmc origin …

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  • 30doughty — a. [Now usually ironical.] Brave, courageous, bold, fearless, dauntless, valiant, valorous, gallant, intrepid, adventurous, chivalrous, heroic …

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  • 31doughty — adj brave, resolute, game, valorous. See brave{defs.1, 2) …

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  • 32doughty — dough·ty …

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  • 33Doughty — Dough•ty [[t]ˈdaʊ ti[/t]] n. big Charles Montagu, 1843–1926, English traveler and writer …

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  • 34doughty — dough•ty [[t]ˈdaʊ ti[/t]] adj. ti•er, ti•est courageous and resolute; valiant • Etymology: bef. 1000; ME; OE dohtig worthy < *doht worth (c. OHG toht) dough′ti•ly, adv. dough′ti•ness, n …

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  • 35Doughty — /ˈdaʊti/ (say dowtee) noun Charles Montagu, 1843–1926, English traveller and author …

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  • 36doughty — /ˈdaʊti / (say dowtee) adjective (doughtier, doughtiest) strong; hardy; valiant. {Middle English; Old English dohtig, unexplained variant of dyhtig, from dugan be good, avail, related to German tüchtig competent} –doughtily, adverb –doughtiness,… …

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  • 37doughty — adj. (doughtier, doughtiest) archaic or joc. valiant, stout hearted. Derivatives: doughtily adv. doughtiness n. Etymology: OE dohtig var. of dyhtig f. Gmc …

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  • 38Doughty Hanson & Co — Type Private Ownership Industry Private Equity Founded 1985 …

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  • 39Doughty Street — …

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  • 40Doughty Street Chambers — is a UK set of barristers chambers situated in London s Doughty Street undertaking criminal justice, public law, immigration, employment, human rights and civil liberties work. Doughty Street Chambers was set up in 1990 by thirty independent… …

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